Plenty of pony club action in Rangiora

Close to 200 riders, and their horses, took part on each day of the Rangiora Pony Club’s annual One Day Event competition last weekend. The...

Farmers tour a ‘star moment’

In 1941, when Helen Hirst was still at high school, she got a job working in the haberdashery department of the Farmers store in...

Karanga Mai excellence

Kaiapoi’s young parents college has overcome the odds to receive national recognition. The Karanga Mai Young Parents’ College and Early Learning Centre, which has battled...

A celebration of the past

A large crowd took part in a moving memorial service at the former Queen Mary Hospital Soldiers’ block in Hanmer Springs on Sunday. The service...

Help offered to local farmers

Farmers in the Waimakariri and Selwyn-Waihora zones are receiving help to prepare farm environment plans. Environment Canterbury has been trialling a pilot scheme in the...

Shareholder takes stand

The Silver Fern Farms’ shareholder roadshow rolls into Cheviot on Monday evening to outline why shareholders in SFF should vote against the proposed investment...

Hurunui – A Winter Wonderland

It’s tempting to go to ground over the winter months; to stay at home in front of the logburner and head to bed early....

Scenic route takes in village life

The Inland Scenic Route (Route 72) provides the ideal vehicle for anyone wanting to enjoy the offering of a slice of North Canterbury’s rural...

Saracens seeks name on Shield

North Canterbury champions, Saracens, will be seeking to have its name engraved on the Rakahuri Shield for the first time when it hosts Ashley,...

Award honours former park ranger

An environmental education award has been established by the Te Kohaka o Tuhaitara Trust to honour Bruce Banks who died last year after a...
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